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Tuesday, 31 January 2017 17:21

CCE Announces Release of EnSuite 2017

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CCE announced the release of EnSuite 2017, its flagship CAD viewer, translator & engineering productivity toolkit.

In the first major release of the New Year, EnSuite 2017 comes with several significant upgrades. The most significant of all is the support for latest versions of CAD software. EnSuite now views and translates files from SOLIDWORKS 2017, NX 11, CATIA V6 (3DEXPERIENCE) R2016x and Parasolid 29. With this, EnSuite now supports latest versions of all major 3D CAD systems.

There were also some upgrades aimed specifically at users dealing with assemblies, small or large. EnSuite now allows users to show or hide bodies, and change visual attributes including color and transparency of bodies, in assembly context. This functionality was available for users only at the part level till now. This is especially useful while working with flexible sub-assemblies where users often try to isolate specific parts to analyze the impact of relative movement of individual parts of the subassembly within the context of the parent assembly.

"We are excited about the new release of EnSuite and all the upgrades it brings with it. We know that having the ability to support the latest versions of all major 3D CAD systems is very important to EnSuite users," said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales and Marketing.

EnSuite is stand-alone software, which is used to view and translate 3D CAD data and provides quick access to critical engineering information residing in CAD files, no matter which CAD system was used. EnSuite can be extensively utilized throughout the enterprise, with the benefits of minimal training, as well as elimination of costs associated with expensive CAD license purchases. The software works with all major 3D CAD formats, including CATIA V4, CATIA V5, CATIA V6, NX, Creo, SOLIDWORKS, ACIS, Parasolid, JT, CGR, STL, Solid Edge, 3D PDF, Rhino, IGES, and STEP.

Friday, 30 March 2012 09:45

CCE Announces Release of ConfigLink 2012

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CCE, a leading engineering software and services provider announces the release of ConfigLink 2012. ConfigLink is a design automation tool that dramatically reduces time to generate custom designs for highly configurable product families.

“Using ConfigLink, new design configurations can be created in a fraction of the time it would normally take for the engineering department to model the data.” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “ConfigLink typically saves 50-60% of the time required to manually model the data of the design variants.” added Vinay.

ConfigLink is uniquely designed to comprise of two modules. An Author Master module that is used by a product expert for a one-time set up of the configuration parameters, and a User module that can be used by any designer over and over again to generate variants. The results are 3D models of the new design variants, and associated 2D drawings. Separating the Author and User modules reduces cost and increases productivity as the one-time set up of the expert can be leveraged many times by non-experts.

In the current update the Author Master’s User Interface has been enhanced to simplify the process of defining configuration parameters and constraints.

ConfigLink is integrated within several major CAD systems including Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0, SolidWorks 2011, Autodesk Inventor 2011 and Solid Edge ST4 on both Windows 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.

ConfigLink’s web-centric licensing mechanism and automatic software updates simplifies software deployment, maintenance and license management.

For more information, visit: www.cadcam-e.com/products/configlink

Tuesday, 10 January 2012 10:17

CCE Rings in the New Year with EnSuite 2012

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CCE, a leading engineering software and services provider announces the release of EnSuite 2012 with support for latest versions of NX, SolidWorks and Parasolid files.

The new release enhances the Viewers and Translators in EnSuite to support NX8, SolidWorks 2012 and Parasolid 24 version files without requiring a license of the respective CAD systems. With CATIA V5 R21 support added in the previous release, EnSuite meets all major translation requirements of the industry.

The viewers have also been enhanced to Show/Hide components in assembly files, an option has been added to select or define a default standard view orientation that is more suitable for the user & the usability of Draft and Undercut analysis features has been simplified.

EnSuite provides quick access to critical engineering information residing in CAD data, no matter which CAD system was used to author it. It’s extremely user-friendly interface is designed for users who may not be trained in using CAD systems, but need to access CAD data for their day-to-day work. EnSuite supports all major 3D CAD formats including CATIA V4, CATIA V5, NX, Creo, SolidWorks, Parasolid, JT, CGR, STL, Solid Edge, 3D PDF, IGES and STEP.

For more information, visit: www.cadcam-e.com/products/ensuite2

Tuesday, 06 December 2011 10:19

CAT5Works Ready for 2012

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CCE announces the immediate availability of an updated version of its CAT5Works product that supports the latest version of SolidWorks.

CAT5Works is a bi-directional SolidWorks/CATIA data translator, which enables CATIA file translation from within SolidWorks. The latest version of CAT5Works is compatible with SolidWorks 2009 through 2012 on 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 systems.

CAT5Works enables seamless design collaboration between CATIA V5 / CATIA V4 and SolidWorks systems. CAT5Works imports CATIA V5 Release 6 to 21 part (*.CATPart) / assembly (*.CATProduct) files to SolidWorks, and exports SolidWorks files to CATIA V5 part (*.CATPart) / assembly (*.CATProduct) files.

CAT5Works supports batch translations for convenient handling of bulk data. It supports transfer of CATIA V5 FT&A entities (Flag note, Text, Geometric Tolerance, Simple Datum, Datum Target and Roughness) into SolidWorks. CATIA data can be filtered by entities and layers before conversion into SolidWorks. CAT5Works also exports SolidWorks assemblies based on the Component Configurations.

For more information, visit: www.cadcam-e.com/products/cat5works

CCE, a leading engineering software and services provider, announces an update to its EnSuite software. The new release provides ability to read & write CATIA V5 R21 and Solid Edge ST4 files without requiring a license of the respective CAD Systems.

“EnSuite is widely used in the Automotive, Aerospace and Industrial Machine industries” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “Supporting the latest versions of CATIA V5 and Solid Edge is extremely important to our customers in these industries.” added Vinay.

EnSuite provides quick access to critical engineering information residing in CAD data, no matter which CAD system was used to author it. It’s extremely user-friendly interface is designed for users who may not be trained in using CAD systems, but need to access CAD data for their day-to-day work. EnSuite supports all major 3D CAD formats including CATIA V4, CATIA V5, NX, Creo, SolidWorks, Parasolid, JT, CGR, STL, Solid Edge, 3D PDF, IGES and STEP.

For more information, visit: www.cadcam-e.com/products/ensuite2

Magnuson Products, a Ventura, CA based company manufactures superchargers for car, truck, motorcycle OEMs and for the automotive aftermarket. The company has been manufacturing superchargers for over 40 years and its mission is to create the most powerful, durable, quiet and efficient supercharger system possible using the “hybrid-roots style” blower.

Magnuson uses the SolidWorks CAD system to design, analyze and manufacture its products. The company’s engineers need the ability to interface with different CAD systems used by the OEMs it supplies to. This collaboration is critical as superchargers are designed to work with the engines manufactured by the OEMS, and the CAD data is used to prototype and test the integration before manufacture.

One of Magnuson’s customer uses the CATIA CAD system, and routinely provides large data files in CATIA format to Magnuson. Magnuson uses CCE’s CAT5Works product to seamlessly exchange CAD files between SolidWorks and CATIA.

"It is very important for Magnuson to be able to exchange large amounts of data with our OEM who uses CATIA." said Dan Bronsten the engineering manager at Magnuson. "We typically receive CATIA files that average over 700MB in size. CCE’s CAT5Works is able to quickly read and translate large files into SolidWorks without any errors. Besides, CAT5Works is very easy to use as it is integrated within SolidWorks. " added Dan.

CAT5Works is a bi-directional SolidWorks/CATIA data translator, which allows file translation from within SolidWorks. The latest version of CAT5Works is compatible with SolidWorks 2009, 2010 & 2011 on 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. CAT5Works enables design collaboration between CATIA V5 / CATIA V4 and SolidWorks systems. CAT5Works can import CATIA V5 Release 6 to 20 part (*.CATPart) / assembly (*.CATProduct) files to SolidWorks, and export SolidWorks files to CATIA V5 part (*.CATPart) / assembly (*.CATProduct) files.

CAT5Works supports batch translations for convenient handling of bulk data. It supports transfer of CATIA V5 FT&A entities (Flag note, Text, Geometric Tolerance and Roughness) into SolidWorks. CATIA data can be filtered by entities and layers before conversion into SolidWorks. CAT5Works also exports SolidWorks assemblies based on the Component Configurations.

For additional information on CAT5Works, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/products/cat5works

Responding to the robust growth in worldwide adoption of the Aras PLM platform, CCE is broadening its PLM portfolio by announcing services and technology solutions for the Aras user base. Aras is a fast-emerging provider of open source enterprise Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software solutions. Aras provides a FOSS (free & open source) alternative to implementing PLM that is rich in functionality and easily scalable & upgradable.

CCE is announcing three products for the Aras market place:

• EmCee for Aras comprises of a set of tools that will allow Aras PLM to manage CAD data from all major CAD systems, including CATIA (V4&V5), SolidWorks, Creo Elements/ProTM (Pro/ENGINEER), UG/NX, Inventor, and Solid Edge among others. EmCee will provide access to CAD data within Aras and dramatically reduce time for integrating workflows and user adoption in a multi-CAD environment. EmCee is based on CCE’s proven Oceans SDK technology.

• EmVee for Aras is a light-weight version of CCE’s EnSuite “multi-CAD toolbox” solution integrated within Aras for enterprise-wide viewing of CAD data. This integrated viewer will be completely CAD-independent and similar to Creo Elements/ViewTM (ProductView) for Windchill® users and Visualization Mockup for Teamcenter® users.

• EmDee for Aras is a set of tools to migrate data from any existing PLM system to Aras quickly and efficiently.

The above technology announcement bolsters CCE’s extensive hands-on experience in PLM consulting, implementation and migration services to customers worldwide. In addition to Windchill®, Teamcenter® and Enterprise PDM, CCE now offers implementation and deployment support for the Aras PLM platform.

“CCE’s solutions are unique in that they provide PLM users a holistic approach to implementing, customizing and optimizing their PLM platform” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “By combining expert services and proven technology, CCE provides users a one-stop shop to maximize their PLM investment” added Vinay.

Like Aras PLM, EmCee, EmVee and EmDee for Aras will be available without per-license charges to qualified customers. Customers can opt for paid support and enhancement contracts directly with CCE to ensure timely assistance for this critical technology.

For additional information, please visit: www.aras.com or http://www.cadcam-e.com/plm.aspx

CCE, a leading engineering software and services provider, announces the release of EnSuite with new tools for reverse engineering and rapid prototyping applications.

EnSuite’s Model Compare functionality has been extended to compare Native CAD data with scanned Point Cloud data, and STL files. The results of the comparison are visually displayed showing the deviations from the original design. The results can also be exported to an XLS file. This functionality is critical in reverse engineering and rapid prototyping applications to ensure the physical part matches the CAD data within specified tolerances.

New tools for computing surface area, bounding volume and 3D measurements for Point Cloud and STL files have also been added. Besides, EnSuite incorporates viewers for Point Cloud, STL and native CAD files.

“With widespread availability of 3D Scanners & Rapid Prototyping, EnSuite provides users critical tools to maximize the application of these technologies in their product development, competitive benchmarking, quality assurance and rapid manufacturing activities”, said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing.

EnSuite provides quick access to critical engineering information residing in CAD data, no matter which CAD system was used to author it. It’s extremely user-friendly interface is designed for users who may not be trained in using CAD systems, but need to access CAD data for their day-to-day work. EnSuite supports all major 3D CAD formats including CATIA V4, CATIA V5, NX, Pro/E, SolidWorks, Parasolid, JT, CGR, STL, Solid Edge, 3D PDF, IGES and STEP.

For more information visit: www.cadcam-e.com

Tuesday, 22 February 2011 09:32

CCE Announces Release of ConfigLink 2011

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CCE, a leading engineering software and services provider announces the release of ConfigLink 2011. ConfigLink is a design automation tool that dramatically reduces time to generate custom designs for highly configurable product families.

ConfigLink is integrated within several major CAD systems including Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 5.0, SolidWorks 2011, Autodesk Inventor 2011 and Solid Edge ST3 on both Windows 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.

Using ConfigLink, new design configurations can be created in a fraction of the time it would normally take for the engineering department to model the data. The result is a 3D model of the new design variant & an associated 2D drawing which is the key output of any Configure-To-Order (CTO) or Engineer-To-Order (ETO) process.

“Engineering resources are expensive and their time is better leveraged by engaging them in innovation and new product design.” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “Once the base design is completed, ConfigLink can generate variants quickly to shorten time-to-market and simultaneously meet today’s ‘mass customization’ needs” added Vinay.

To learn more about ConfigLink and to purchase a license, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/products/configLink/

Tuesday, 08 February 2011 10:46

CCE Releases EnSuite 2011

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CCE, a leading engineering software and services provider, announces the release of the 2011 version of EnSuite. EnSuite now sports a brand new User Interface, supports native 64 bit OS and new versions of CAD file formats.

EnSuite 2011 uses Microsoft Office Style Ribbon User Interface, making it user-friendly for CAD and Non CAD users to navigate the software in a manner that they are most used to.

EnSuite has been updated to support native 64-bit architecture. This enables users to view and translate very large CAD files and assemblies. It supports the latest releases of SolidWorks 2011, Solid Edge ST3, Parasolid 23 and JT 9.4 file formats.

“EnSuite is a widely used tool in the automotive and aerospace supply chain” noted Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “The new version includes a number of enhancements based on user feedback to increase productivity and ease of use” added Vinay.

EnSuite provides quick access to critical engineering information residing in CAD data, no matter which CAD system was used to author it. It’s extremely user-friendly interface is designed with non-designers in mind. EnSuite supports all major 3D CAD formats including CATIA V4, CATIA V5, NX, Pro/E, SolidWorks, Parasolid, JT, CGR, STL, Solid Edge, 3D PDF, IGES and STEP.

About CCE:

CCE (www.cadcam-e.com) is a Michigan Corporation in business since 1989. Our offices are located in Farmington Hills, MI and Englewood, NJ. CCE currently employs over 200 software and design engineers. CCE’s focus is in CAD technology & application development and related services. The mission of the company is to deliver value for our customers through innovative, disciplined and communications-focused technology products and services.

CCE, a leading provider of advanced interoperability technology announces the release of its newest Open Data eXchange (ODX) library - ODX/CAT6 - for accessing CATIA Version 6 (V6) data without requiring a CATIA Version 6 license or software. This is a major milestone for the interop industry as ODX/CAT6 is the world’s first API for CATIA V6 independent of Dassault.

“Dassault’s new CATIA V6 technology is based on a brand new data architecture platform that is not compatible with Dassault’s previous generation CATIA V5 software.” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “Developing interop technology for a new data platform takes years of trial and error effort. But CCE’s mature software processes and experienced developers has enabled the company to compress the development cycle to months, putting us well ahead of our competitors.” added Vinay.

The first release of ODX/CAT6 provides support for visualization & geometry data and assembly structure. CCE is scheduled to add more advanced functionality in the next few releases to support FT&A and feature information.

ODX is a collection of software development libraries that provide users the ability to read & write native CAD files, without the cost of ownership associated with the respective CAD systems. Applications developed using ODX are completely independent of any form of CAD software or licensing. ODX libraries are very robust and are currently being used by a number of leading MCAD software ISVs worldwide. The libraries, architected using the state-of-the-art technologies and developed in portable C and C++, are easy to implement and are continuously updated to support the latest releases of all major CAD systems.

The file formats currently supported include CATIA V4, CATIA V5, UG/NX, SolidWorks, SolidEdge, Parasolid, JT, 3D PDF, IGES and STEP.

For additional information, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/development-tools/cad-libraries.aspx

About CCE:

CCE (www.cadcam-e.com) is a Michigan Corporation in business since 1989. Our offices are located in Farmington Hills, MI and Englewood, NJ. CCE currently employs over 200 software and design engineers. CCE’s focus is in CAD technology & application development and related services. The mission of the company is to deliver value for our customers through innovative, disciplined and communications-focused technology products and services.

CCE, a leading provider of advanced interoperability technology, announces an update to Oceans SDK (OSDK), a first-of-its-kind technology for 3D CAD integration in enterprise applications. OSDK provides access to native product information stored in files of all major 3D CAD formats, via a unified API architecture, and without the need for a CAD license.

The recent update adds COM API to OSDK in addition to the existing C++ API. OSDK's COM API can be used with common scripting languages to develop lightweight browser-based CAD interfaces for ERP/PDM/PLM systems.

"Our initial focus was on desktop-based applications. But over the past year, we have seen an increasing demand from our enterprise application customers to offer browser-based applications. To address this demand we have added the COM API in Oceans SDK", says CCE's V.P. Sales & Marketing, Vinay Wagle.

OSDK provides an easy, non-royalty based solution to all such enterprise application providers, thereby providing them with a significant edge over competition. OSDK’s single API for all the CAD formats makes the integration development a lot easier and keeps the maintenance costs low.

OSDK is based on CCE’s well-known ODX libraries that provide native access to major CAD systems, and is currently used by many Independent Software Vendors for their CAD-independent viewers and translators.

For additional information, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/development-tools/oceans-sdk.aspx

About CCE:

CCE (www.cadcam-e.com) is a Michigan Corporation in business since 1989. Our offices are located in Farmington Hills, MI and Englewood, NJ. CCE currently employs over 200 software and design engineers. CCE’s focus is in CAD technology & application development and related services. The mission of the company is to deliver value for our customers through innovative, disciplined and communications-focused technology products and services.

Branson Ultrasonics is an industry leader in plastics joining, precision cleaning, ultrasonic processing and ultrasonic metal welding equipment. The automotive division specializes in welding tail lamps, instrument panels, bumpers, manifolds, fuel filters, and numerous valves and sensors; cleaning ABS components, fuel injectors, electronic ignitions, and various precision parts.

Branson receives multiple application inquires a month from customers for their welding applications. A critical first step that determines the success of the project is the correct selection of the welding machine. Branson welding machines are available in varying sizes and application capacity.

Selecting the right machine is not a simple task as it involves having a clear understanding of the part geometry that is to be welded. Usually, customers send Branson data files produced directly from the CAD systems in which they were designed. As, there are numerous CAD systems commonly used in the industry, Branson required a tool that would seamlessly read any CAD format without a license of the CAD system that authored it. Besides the tool would also need to have features to interrogate the part geometry and extract the required information. After, a thorough investigation and benchmarking Branson decided to invest in CCE’s EnSuite software.

Ken Hunter, Branson’s director of non-ultrasonic tooling for North America likes the ability to efficiently quote jobs using EnSuite. “I use the data set retrieved by EnSuite to look at part sizes and angles, which allow me to determine what size machine I will need to use for a job.” said Ken. “We use many other features such as bounding box, cross sectioning and measure. Using EnSuite, I can assemble multiple parts of an assembly from different CAD formats without using a separate CAD license for each format.” added Ken.

Another EnSuite feature Branson finds very useful is its extremely user-friendly interface. This has allowed non-CAD savvy users access to valuable engineering information, thus fostering cross-functional collaboration between sales, estimating and engineering teams.

EnSuite is a CAD independent software package that provides an easy-to-use toolbox for designers and non-designers to view, translate, interrogate and re-purpose multi-CAD data for their functional applications. EnSuite supports all major 3D CAD formats including CATIA V4, CATIA V5, NX, Pro/E, SolidWorks, Parasolid, JT, CGR, STL, Solid Edge, 3D PDF, IGES and STEP.

For additional information, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/products/ensuite2/

About CCE:

CCE is a US Michigan Corporation in business since 1989. CCE's focus is in CAD software development and related services. The mission of the company is to deliver value for our customers through innovative products and custom application development.

For further information, visit our website www.cadcam-e.com.

Wednesday, 08 December 2010 08:51

CCE’s CAT5Works Now Supports SolidWorks 2011

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CCE announces the immediate availability of an updated version of its CAT5Works product to support the latest version of SolidWorks. CAT5Works is a bi-directional SolidWorks/CATIA data translator, which allows file translation from within SolidWorks. The latest version of CAT5Works is compatible with SolidWorks 2009, 2010 & 2011 on 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.

CAT5Works is a direct CAD Interoperability solution that is robust, reliable, easy to use and enables seamless design collaboration between CATIA V5 / CATIA V4 and SolidWorks systems. CAT5Works can import CATIA V5 Release 6 to 20 part (*.CATPart) / assembly (*.CATProduct) files to SolidWorks, and export SolidWorks files to CATIA V5 part (*.CATPart) / assembly (*.CATProduct) files.

CAT5Works is widely used by the automotive and aerospace supply chain who use SolidWorks for their product design, but need to collaborate with their OEMs who use CATIA.” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “CAT5Works does not require a license of CATIA, and has the same ‘look and feel’ as other SolidWorks plug-ins, making it very easy to use” added Vinay.

CAT5Works supports batch translations for convenient handling of bulk data. It supports transfer of CATIA V5 FT&A entities (Flag note, Text, Geometric Tolerance and Roughness) into SolidWorks. CATIA data can be filtered by entities and layers before conversion into SolidWorks. CAT5Works also exports SolidWorks assemblies based on the Component Configurations.

For additional information on CAT5Works, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/products/cat5works/

About CCE:

CCE (www.cadcam-e.com) is a Michigan Corporation in business since 1989. Our offices are located in Farmington Hills, MI and Englewood, NJ. CCE currently employs close to 200 software and design engineers. CCE’s focus is in CAD technology & application development and related services. The mission of the company is to deliver value for our customers through innovative, disciplined and communications-focused technology products and services.

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CCE, provider of advanced interoperability technology, announces an update to its widely used and proven CAD data access libraries – ODX (Open Data eXchange). This update extends ODX/SW to read SolidWorks files of version 2011, and is especially relevant since the update comes close on the heels of the release of SolidWorks 2011 SP0 in mid October.

This release reinforces CCE’s commitment to its customer base to keep its ODX technology updated at all times with support for latest CAD versions. “Besides providing advanced interop functionality and greater performance, our constant focus on keeping our technology up-to-date with support for latest CAD versions, is what sets us apart from competition. It is no surprise therefore that we continue to have some of the largest ISVs in the world as our loyal customers”, says Vinay Wagle, V.P. Sales & Marketing at CCE.

ODX/SW provides read/write access to native SolidWorks files and is independent of SolidWorks CAD system. With this update, applications using ODX/SW can read SolidWorks files from versions 2001 Plus through 2011.

ODX is a set of CAD-independent libraries for reading and writing native 3D CAD data. ODX is CCE's proprietary technology and is not based on any third-party libraries. Currently, the only other way to achieve this is by licensing expensive royalty-based API's from CAD software OEM's. Apart from the obvious cost disadvantages, CAD OEM's, more often than not, have a stringent partner selection process and do not license API's to potentially competitive software vendors. This makes ODX the ideal technology for 3D CAD access in enterprise applications in the most cost-effective and hassle-free way.

The file formats currently supported include CATIA V4, CATIA V5, NX, SolidWorks, Parasolid, JT, 3D PDF, IGES and STEP. For additional information, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/development-tools/cad-libraries.aspx

About CCE:

CCE (www.cadcam-e.com) is a Michigan Corporation in business since 1989. Our offices are located in Farmington Hills, MI and Englewood, NJ. CCE currently employs close to 200 software and design engineers. CCE’s focus is in CAD technology & application development and related services. The mission of the company is to deliver value for our customers through innovative, disciplined and communications-focused technology products and services.

CCE, a leading engineering software and services provider, announces an update to its widely used and proven CAD data access libraries – ODX. This update enhances ODX/JT to read JT files from version 6.4 through 9.4. ODX/JT provides read/write access to native JT files, and is independent of JT Open.

“JT is a widely used data format for product visualization, collaboration and data sharing between PLM software applications” said Vinay Wagle, CCE’s VP of Sales & Marketing. “Independent Software Vendors recognize the need to support JT format in their CAx applications. CCE’s ODX/JT libraries provide a cost-competitive way to provide JT support, especially since ODX/JT design makes implementation fast and easy.” added Vinay.

ODX (Open Data eXchange) is a collection of software development libraries that provide users the ability to read & write native CAD files, without the cost of ownership associated with the respective CAD systems. Applications developed using ODX are completely independent of any form of CAD software or licensing. ODX libraries are very robust and are currently being used by a number of leading MCAD software ISVs. The libraries, written in C and C++ are easy to implement and are continuously updated to support the latest releases of all major CAD systems.

The file formats currently supported include CATIA V4, CATIA V5, NX, SolidWorks, Parasolid, JT, 3D PDF, IGES and STEP. For additional information, please visit http://www.cadcam-e.com/development-tools/cad-lib raries.aspx

About CCE:

CCE (www.cadcam-e.com) is a Michigan Corporation in business since 1989. Our offices are located in Farmington Hills, MI and Englewood, NJ. CCE currently employs over 200 software and design engineers. CCE’s focus is in CAD technology & application development and related services. The mission of the company is to deliver value for our customers through innovative, disciplined and communications-focused technology products and services.

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